Arsenal teenager Serge Gnabry, 18, has produced such good form during his transition from promising young gun to senior attacker that he has attracted the attention of Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp.
A multi-positional forward, Gnabry has excelled in the right wing position for Arsene Wenger's selection, but made his name in the Under-21 team as a fine goal-scorer and a player capable of making intelligent, space-creating runs.
Such is Gnabry's form this term that Arsenal fans have lauded him to be greater than Manchester United's breakout sensation Adnan Januzaj.
The latter has featured in far more competitive minutes this season than the former and, on average, is responsible for scoring or creating a goal every 145 minutes with a 79% passing accuracy under David Moyes' tutelage compared to Gnabry's return of one every 129.5 minutes with an 86% pass completion rate.
Gunners supporters also spoke on Twitter about how any interest from Dortmund, who competed - albeit unsuccessfully - in the most recent Champions League final, is testament to the esteem that Gnabry must be held in across the continent but, because of the combined exits of Mario Gotze and Robert Lewandowski in the past six months, shows they have hit crisis point.